The online education portal EduCBA discloses a data breach and is resetting customers’ passwords in response to the incident. Online education website
The online education portal EduCBA discloses a data breach and is resetting customers’ passwords in response to the incident.
Online education website EduCBA discloses a data breach, it has started notifying customers that in response to the incident it is resetting their passwords.
EduCBA is a leading global provider of skill based education with 500,000+ members across 40+ Countries. It offers 2500+ courses prepared by top-notch professionals from the Industry to help participants achieve their goals successfully.
The company is notifying by email the incident to its customers confirming that their data have been accessed by an unauthorized party.
“Therefore, as a caution, we have invalidated passwords of all the users. You may retrieve your password here,” the data breach notification.
The data breach notification doesn’t include technical details about the attack, it only states that email, name, password, courses visited, etc may have been compromised.
The online education website states that no financial information was exposed as they use third-party processors such as PayPal and 2Checkout to process payments.
As a precaution, EduCBA states that they have reset all user’s passwords.
As usual, customers that have used their EduCBA credentials at other sites have to change their passwords at these sites too.
Customers should remain vigilant of cyber attack, crooks may use their data to carry out spear-phishing attacks.
(SecurityAffairs – EduCBA, hacking)